Sports Co-curricular


Co-curricular activities are organized to provide opportunities to the students to work in teams, to exercise leadership and to take the initiative themselves. They form the core of student’s life. These help to develop the all round personality of the students to face the undaunted task and turbulent world of future. The aim is to develop a sense of competitive spirit, co-operation, leadership, diligence, punctuality, team-spirit as well as to provide a backdrop for development of creative talents. Through equal balancing of academic and co-curricular activities the students tend to become multi-tasker
Scout and Guides, Martial Art, Gymnastics, Yoga etc. have been made an integral part of everyday activities besides classroom and inter-house activities.

House System

The House system occupies a prominent position in the field of co-curricular activities which are organized to inculcate healthy competitive spirit and teach them to carry out the responsibilities give to them sincerely and devotedly. The students are divided into four hourses viz Krishna, Nanak, Ram and Tagore. Each house holds the responsibility of conducting morning assembly by rotation.


The vision of introducing Yoga is to acquaint the students with the ways to relieve from mental stress, increase concentration and help them to achieve peace of mind and calmess. Performing yoga on regular basis helps to make the immune system strong and enhances body postures and improve muscle tone. Its practice helps to increase co-ordination, concentration and memorising power.


The sporting talents of a our school are provided with suitable facilities. Sports increase concentration and develop problem solving skills and improve self-esteem through success and failure. The students learn time management skills, social interaction, exercising leadership, reliance on team-mates, fighting depression and anxiety. The deserving students are given guidance, training and logistic support to participate in the zonal and inter-zonal competitions.